Cristina Gordon 
I trained as an integrative psychotherapist with Regent’s University London in a vibrant and innovative therapeutic community. I have worked in both private and mental health charity sector for a number of years, so I have seen a diversity of clients from many differing backgrounds, sexual orientations and cultures with a wide range of presenting problems. 
I work integratively, meaning that I am able to draw on many different elements and schools of psychotherapy in order to tailor my approach to your individual needs at any particular time. I have an easy, sensitive, relational approach, and I share my formulation of your difficulties and treatment plan very much in collaboration with each individual. I focus on your presenting difficulties in the context of your early relationships and environment, helping you to create links between past and present to bring about a deeper and more cohesive understanding of yourself. Engaging in therapy can help you reconnect with a sense of aliveness, contentment and find more creative ways of participating in the world. I offer both short-term work (up to 12 sessions) with specifically agreed goals as well as long-term (open-ended) for those who would like an in-depth exploration of their problems and a more stable change in their sense of self. 
Psychotherapy Qualifications: 
• UKCP eligible and BACP Registered Psychotherapist 
• Advanced Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy, School of Psychotherapy and Counselling, RSPP, Regent’s University London 
• MA in Integrative Psychotherapy & Counselling, School of Psychotherapy & Counselling, RSPP, Regent’s University London 
• Exploring Psychology, Open University, Milton Keynes 
• Certificate in Integrative Counselling, SPCP, Regent’s University London 
• Certificate in coaching and mentoring skills, KPMG London 
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